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headhunter
“it looks hackish. thy code shall have no constants other than 0 or 1. ”
Aria
“0, 1, e, the population of earth, c, or h.”
david_koontz
“headhunter, I think that's a silly rule, why is the biggest possible integer value better than the actual number you need?”
teferi
“Aria: what about epsilon_0 and mu_0? and G!”
Aria
“h pwns G any day.”
teferi
“Aria: surely you can't derive G from h”
Aria
“I wish I could. But then, I'd be hanging out in #nobel, rather than in #ruby-lang if that were the case.”

For polyergic, libpoet, an implementation of "Active Objects", where each object gets its own thread.

cdcarter explains well some tricks for marshalling Ruby objects.

Pay people to reduce your junk mail. Good idea.

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ellie_l
Mar. 26th, 2007 06:37 pm (UTC)
h totally pwns G! Go Aria! :)

BTW, since you already have c in your equations, you don't really need epsilon_0 and mu_0 since they're already in there... :)
apollotiger
Mar. 26th, 2007 07:06 pm (UTC)
And ħ is part of God!
hitchhiker
Mar. 26th, 2007 08:24 pm (UTC)
polyergic
Apr. 1st, 2007 05:21 pm (UTC)
Hmm. Reminds me of the Win32 message loop; it's not bad, but I expect it would frustrate me in similar ways. What I want is to be able to invoke methods on any object from anywhere, and have concurrent access not a problem – so objects can just be used in as many threads/processies as I care to have running.
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